Coping with Chronic Illness: Your Life Is Not Over.

There are many people who suffer chronic disease. My daughter is one. My very special daughter is one. This blog that I am reblogging, will, I hope, be a source of some comfort to those in this world. If you are reading this reblog, and know someone who has a chronic disease, please have them read this inspiring article.

5 responses to “Coping with Chronic Illness: Your Life Is Not Over.

  1. a rainbow at night

    Oh, your comment has touched my heart so much! I’m truly blessed by your encouraging words, and I sincerely thank you for them and for wanting to share my post. You’ve made my night, and the energy in writing it worthwhile. Thank you so much.


    • You are so welcome, Kit. We all need encouragement, and especially those who suffer as the chronically ill do. If they are suffering, we as parents and close family and friends, are also suffering along with the patients. Crying on the inside, smiling on the outside. What else can we do? Encouragement and acceptance is what we need to do. Your blog is absolutely inspiring. Thank you so much.


  2. I see this a lot in my line of work. I work in the HIV field and the range of emotions people experience at first diagnosis is astounding. however, the comfort of knowing that life is not over is key. I heard a woman talk about she wasn’t dying of AIDS, she was living with it.


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